New trailer confirms Persona 5 still looks awesome

New trailer confirms Persona 5 still looks awesome

Jan 17, 2017

“This time, it’s PERSONA-L” is the tagline for Persona 5. Or at least, it would be, if Atlus employed anybody nearly as childish and as tolerant of terrible and unfunny jokes as us. Are you excited about Persona 5? If not, you should be. Persona 3 was awesome. Persona 4 was totallyawesome. The Vita-exclusive Persona 4: The Golden was awesomely...

Persona 4: Dancing All Night – review

Persona 4: Dancing All Night – review

Nov 3, 2015

Format: Vita Unleashed: November 6th (EU), Out Now (NA) Publisher: NIS America/Reef Entertainment Developer: Atlus Players: 1 Site: http://www.atlus.com/p4dan/ Game code provided by the publisher Persona 5 is finally visible on the horizon, but we’re not quite past the Persona 4 spin-offs yet. We’ve had an (awesome) enhanced Vita remake, the...

Persona 4 Arena Ultimax: review

Persona 4 Arena Ultimax: review

Dec 22, 2014

Format: PS3 (version reviewed), 360 Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: SEGA Developer: Arc System Works/Atlus Players: 1-2 (offline & online) Site: http://www.atlus.com/p4au/eupurchase.html Game code provided by the publisher When the first Persona 4 Arena was announced, it seemed like a bad idea (at best) or an extremely cynical one (at worst). A beat...

Critical Gamer’s most utterly wanted for 2015

Critical Gamer’s most utterly wanted for 2015

Dec 17, 2014

It’s Christmas time! Sort of! It’s that heartwarming season that brings out the slobbering avaristic beast in all of us. There’s much buying and demanding of presents, many British people glumly resigned to the fact that they’ll get all the cold of the season and none of the snow, and millions of people across the planet fondling presents...

Persona 4 Golden: review

Persona 4 Golden: review

Feb 1, 2013

Format: Vita Unleashed: February 22nd (EU), Out Now (NA) Publisher: NIS America/Reef Entertainment Developer: Atlus Players: 1 Site: http://www.atlus.com/p4g/ It’s no exaggeration to say that for the first two hours, this game asks you to do little more than read, listen, and press X. It’s also no exaggeration however to say that, despite some...